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Compton and Otterbourne Ward — Winchester

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

7th May 2015

Jan Warwick C 1618 60.1%
Eleanor Bell LD 780 29.0%
Christopher Barton-Briddon UKIP 161 6.0%
Margaret Rees Lab 135 5.0%

3rd May 2012

Mike Southgate C 872 54.4%
Eleanor Bell LD 668 41.6%
James Leppard Lab 64 4.0%

5th May 2011 [C gain from LD]

Jan Warwick C 985 49.0%
Eleanor Bell LD 865 43.0%
Peter Rees Lab 88 4.4%
Chris Barton-Briddon UKIP 72 3.6%

1st May 2008

George Beckett C 954 51.7%
Suzanne Hudson LD 820 44.4%
Christopher Barton-Briddon UKIP 48 2.6%
Clare McKenna Lab 23 1.2%

3rd May 2007 [LD gain from C]

Eleanor Bell LD 861 50.4%
Murray MacMillan C 753 44.1%
Chris Barton-Briddon UKIP 78 4.6%
Clare McKenna Lab 16 0.9%

10th June 2004 [C gain from LD]

George Beckett C 909 49.4%
Charlotte Bailey LD 786 42.7%
Lawrence Hole UKIP 109 5.9%
John Craig Lab 35 1.9%

1st May 2003 [C gain from LD]

Murray MacMillan C 773 54.4%
Peter Mason LD 598 42.1%
Kathleen Smith Lab 51 3.6%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Charlotte Bailey LD 736 52.8%
Peter Mason LD 647
Margaret Campbell-White C 615 44.1%
Murray Macmillan C 602
Kathleen Smith Lab 44 3.2%

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